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'All The Way' Writer-Director Team On The 2016 Presidential Election, Politics As War & Their Road To Emmys

Opening at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in 2012, Pulitzer Prize winner Robert Schenkkan’s All the Way quickly became a cultural touchstone—re-framing the legacy of one of America’s greatest presidents while holding up a mirror to the challenges and fears in contemporary America, as one of the most significant elections in American history moves toward its dramatic conclusion. 2,663 more words


The Infiltrator - MOVIE REVIEW

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The Infiltrator is directed by Brad Furman and stars Bryan Cranston, John Leguizamo, Diane Kruger, and Benjamin Bratt. The film is based on the true story of Robert Mazur, a US Customs Service agent who assumes the alias of Bob Musella, a corrupt businessman who launders money for the Medellin Cartel, one of the most powerful and successful drug empires in history headed by history’s most (arguably) prominent drug lord – Pablo Escobar.

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Pete Hammond's Emmy Handicaps 2016: Outstanding TV Movie

During Final Round voting, as TV Academy members cast their ballots for this year’s Primetime Emmy winners, Pete Hammond takes a closer look at the nominees in key categories. 548 more words

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"Get A Job"



Whiny millennials take note: movies like “Get A Job” are a big part of why you are often viewed as an annoyance by the rest of society! 582 more words

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'All the Way' Makeup Designer Bill Corso Delves Into His Latest Emmy-Nominated Actor Transformation

Coming off a stellar year, with the resurgence of the Star Wars franchise and the stupefying box office draw of Deadpool, Oscar-winning makeup artist Bill Corso has gone… 873 more words


Cinedote - Trumbo (2015)

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Summary: In 1947, Dalton Trumbo was Hollywood’s top screenwriter, until he and other artists were jailed and blacklisted for their political beliefs.

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Film Review: "The Infiltrator" (2016) ★★★★

Bryan Cranston must have been born under a lucky star. That was fortunate for all of us, in that he was cast in the lead role for Brad Furman’s  557 more words

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